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As an alternative to executing the SC command you can use PsService - it's a service viewer and controller, it's part of the Windows Sysinternals PsTools suite psservice \\<computer name> stop <service name> You can specify a username and password if need be psservice \\<computer name> -u <username> -p <password> stop ...
I am also looking at a way to do that. I suspect that the OP has the same requirement as I do. That would be a JITC requirement from the DoD. Here it is: Check Content: 1. Go to Start, Administrative Tools, then Services. 2. Right click on service name World Wide Web Publishing Service, Select Properties, then select the Log On tab. 3. The username next ...
It took a while but here is a solution: Check your paths in PATH system variable - when it is incorrect Server service won't starts. Use this hotfix or check your paths :) http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2316513
One option is to set the recovery options for the service. After it fails have it restart after a short period.
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